I had posted a couple of days ago about my son telling me he and his friend had "kissed: one another's pee pee, they had not played together for over 4 months and he was very vague on the details, anyway we talked about it again and he said he had made it up, and I am inclined to believe this, they had never even been left alone together, that I recall. So should I just drop this and take it as vivid imagination, or do you think he could have came up with this? We have talked about good touching vs, bad touching, but IDK where to go from here, just let it die? I still "feel" like I may be missing something, but honestly, I have racked my brain, and have no clue!
Asked by Anonymous at 3:47 PM on Dec. 8, 2009 in Preschoolers (3-4)
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Answer by angevil53 at 4:09 PM on Dec. 8, 2009
I posted in your original question. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology, am an experienced Social Worker and used to be a CPS investigator. A child this young will never, ever make up a sexual story from thin air. If no one kissed his peepee, then he saw someone kiss someone else's peepee. There is no other explanation no matter how badly you want to believe this even didn't occur. All kids in this situation will say they made it up when pressed. That's because they can tell by your reaction that something is wrong and that this event was not a good thing and they know if they convince you that it didn't really happen you will drop it.
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